Dolly and Kelly Clarkson's long-awaited "9 to 5" duet from the Still Working 9 to 5 documentary has finally been released. The Sam McAnally, Sasha Sloan, and King Henry-produced recording is a moody, slowed down take on Dolly's iconic number one hit. The track plays over the closing credits of the documentary, which will hopefully be available on streaming services before the end of the year. The single is available now on all digital music platforms. Take a listen below!
Kelly Clarkson has announced her duet with Dolly on a new version of "9 to 5" will be released September 9, 2022. The Shane McAnally produced track was recorded for the documentary Still Working 9 to 5 and plays over the end credits.
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Friday, August 19, 2022, saw the release of a Bluegrass version of Bill Anderson's duet with Dolly, "Someday It'll All Make Sense". The new release features a more traditional bluegrass instrumentation compared to the original's stripped-back country accompaniment. Take a listen below.
Dolly goes reggae on a new version of "Two Doors Down" released on Friday, July 22, as a part of Positive Vibrations new album Country Goes Reggae. The song was previously released as a single from the album on July 8. The album also features appearances from Toby Keith, Jimmie Allen, Lainey Wilson, Alabama, and many others. Check out the complete track listing and take a listen to Dolly's new reggae version of "Two Doors Down" below.
The music video for "Someday It'll All Make Sense", Bill Anderson's new duet with Dolly, was released on Friday, July 22. The beautiful black and white video was directed by Trey Fanjoy who has previously collaborated with Dolly on music videos for "Jolene" (with Mindy Smith), "Welcome Home", "Heartbreaker's Alibi" (with Rhonda Vincent), "Backwoods Barbie", "Together You and I", and "You Can't Make Old Friends" (with Kenny Rogers). The song is the single from Bill Anderson's new compilation album, As Far as I Can See: The Best of Bill Anderson, which was released last month.